The DEJ Program is a 5-month program aimed towards individuals convicted for use and or
possession of illegal substances, and entered a plea of guilty with the Court and or Probation
Department. The judgment / convicted is put aside (put on hold) upon successful completion
of the DEJ requirements.

The Program is designed to assist individuals recognize their chemical and/or other drug
dependency and assist  them in their recovery.

NOTE: This program was formerly known as PC-1000.

The Participant needs to do the following five steps to enroll, participate and complete the

Enrollment.—Participant need to call this office (818 716 0188) to schedule an appointment
for enrollment, the enrollment takes about one hour. During the enrollment the participant
will be given a schedule to attend all program  activities. Participant needs to bring the paper
work from Court, Probation Department and/or other referring agency indicating he/she
needs to do the program. Arrangements for payment of program fee will be done at this time.

NOTE, Participants must enroll within 30 days from their last day in court. (If participants
do NOT enroll WITHIN 30 days, they must then return to court, Probation Department and/or
other referring agency to ask for an extension)

Program Participation—Participant needs to complete the five components as described

Completion—Upon completion of all four Program components the Participant will be given
all the necessary documentation to present to the referring agency as proof of Program

There are five components needed to complete the program:

1. Group Counseling/Education Sessions.

Eighteen weekly sessions of two and one-half hours each.
These classes are available as follows:

Thursday,     8:15 pm to 10:45 pm, English
Thursday,     8:15 pm to 10:45 pm, Spanish

2. Drug Testing.
The program requires participants to be drug tested three times. These drug test will be
randomly administered throughout the duration of the program.

3. Face to Face Meetings.
Two individual interviews.
One meeting of one hour at time of enrollment
One meeting of half hour at the end of the Program.
These meetings are available Monday through Friday from 10:00 am to 7:30 pm.

4. Self-Help Meetings.
Twenty sessions of Narcotics, Alcoholic, Cocaine, Marijuana, and Methamphetamine's
Anonymous meetings. For information on these meetings call (818) 988-3001, or (818)
997-3822, or you may visit

5. Program Fee.
The fee for the program is $ 582.00. Participants have the option to pay the full amount
during intake or make arrangements to make weekly payments.

The following payment terms may be arranged at time of enrollment:
$42.00 at enrollment time
$30.00 per class (18 payments).
21054 Sherman Way
Suite 205
Canoga Park, CA 91303
Phone:   (818) 716-0188
Fax:        (818) 716-1560
Email:     ab@cadip.com
To Contact Us:
California Diversion Programs, Inc.